We have a lot of hard work ahead of us, but Mabus is hopeful the recent Black Lives Matter protests can be translated into the dismantling of systematic racism.
ΦBK’s podcast introduces listeners to central figures in our national and international community of thinkers, like award-winning author Edwidge Danticat.
Agnes Callard of the University of Chicago and Laurie Paul of Yale University have won the 2020 Lebowitz Prize for Philosophical Achievement and Contribution.
In these difficult times virtual ceremonies honor the achievements of our newest members and affirm the values cultivated by their arts and sciences education.
The Society’s Key into Public Service program highlights specific pathways for liberal arts and sciences graduates seeking public service careers.
Richard Maibaum (ΦBK, University of Iowa), best known for writing and co-writing 13 films in the James Bond franchise, shares his thoughts on writing and the writing process.
Arielle Pierson (ΦBK, University of Pennsylvania) and her mother, Stephanie Pierson, both celebrated their graduation on May 18.
Stacy London (ΦBK, Vassar College), host of What Not to Wear, advocates for body inclusivity, small business, and mental health.
This year’s winners are Doyle Calhoun, a doctoral candidate in French at Yale University, and Madison Mainwaring, a doctoral candidate at Yale University.
“Being a part of ΦBK gives me a sense of belonging to the American college experience. It is really meaningful for me as an international student.”
ΦBK chapters quickly adapt to the new realities facing higher education and host virtual ΦBK induction ceremonies this commencement season.
How will COVID-19 affect higher education in America? Secretary Lawrence offers his insights on funding, globalization, online learning, and more.